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Substitute Teacher
ESS Education
location-iconDanvers MA

Substitute Teacher - High School diploma required only!Danvers Public SchoolsApply TODAY at ESS.comAre you ready to make an impact on education? Do you want to work for a company considered one of America's Best Large Employers for three consecutive years by Forbes Magazine?A substitute teaching position with ESS may be the opportunity you're looking for!When a teacher is absent, a qualified substitute is needed to carry out the educational program. As a substitute teacher, you'll become an integral part of a school's educational team, amplifying your teaching expertise while maximizing the learning experience for students!An ESS substitute teacher assists with classroom instruction in the absence of a regular teacher. This person follows and teaches lesson plans, aids students in understanding subject matter, and ensures that regular classroom routines are followed.ResponsibilitiesProvide meaningful instruction to students in assigned classrooms while regular teacher is absentReview and implement regular teacher's routines, procedures, lesson plans, and curriculum objectivesEstablish and maintain a safe and orderly classroom environmentReport any student injuries, illness, and serious discipline problems to school administrationPerform other duties as directed by school administrationQualificationsMust be proficient in English (speaking, reading, writing)High School Dipolma / GEDESS AdvantagesWe offer benefits - medical, dental, vision, 401k, and more!You'll receive training and ongoing supportEmployee discount program and bonus opportunitiesOur partner districts routinely hire our substitutes for full-time teaching positionsWe have hundreds of local daily substitute opportunities available when you're not in a long-term role - you can use our system to accept the jobs you want 24/7 by phone, internet, or text messageLearn how to get hired with ESS:https://youtu.be/puAB0FX2brAAbout ESSAs leaders in the education staffing space since 2000, ESS specializes in placing qualified staff in daily, long-term, and permanent K-12 school district positions including substitute teachers, school aides, and other school support staff. With more than 800 school district partners throughout the US, ESS supports the education of more than 4.5 million students every day. We provide our employees the ability to work in school districts across the country in addition to benefits, comprehensive training, flexible work schedules, and professional development. Visit ESS.com to learn more and help to improve education for every student, every day.ESS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.INDNE

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In-Person ACT Tutor
Revolution Prep
location-iconBoston MA

About the CompanyRevolution Prep is a high-growth, performance-driven company committed to transforming education while remaining true to our social mission. Our people define the Revolution. Revolutionaries are talented, resourceful and tenacious. To be a “Revolutionary” means to come to work ready to collaborate, achieve and to inspire. Over the last 20 years, Revolution Prep has worked with over 1 million students to raise grades and test scores and build stronger, more confident learners.About the PositionRevolution Prep seeks to hire college students or graduates with proficiency in math up through the level of Algebra 2 to teach ACT prep courses. Classes will be held at Boston University (871 Commonwealth Ave; Boston) from Saturday, September 24th through Saturday, April 22nd (see below for specific dates and times). Revolution Prep will provide paid training and supply all materials for the courses.We look for educators who believe in the value of high-quality education and who have a strong desire to help students achieve their goals. You will be a great fit for this position if you are enthusiastic, communicative, and relatable.This temporary position could transition into a part- or full-time permanent on-line or hybrid tutoring position if interested.CompensationJob Type: TemporaryPay: $30/hour for instruction (including exam proctoring), $15 travel stipend per class day, $15/hour for prep timeResponsibilitiesComplete paid pre-work and training prior to the beginning of the coursesReview lessons in advance of each classDeliver exceptional instruction to a group of 30 motivated high school students using Revolution Prep's curriculumRepresent Revolution Prep with the highest level of professionalism at all timesQualificationsCompletion of a high school diploma and some college courseworkAbility to comfortably teach math up through the level of Algebra 2 requiredPrevious tutoring or teaching experience and familiarity with classroom management preferred but not requiredPrevious experience tutoring or teaching SAT/ACT test prep is a plusEmbodies a 'growth mindset' (unafraid of challenges; adaptable to change; willingness to learn)Authorized to work in the United States (current residence must be within 25 miles of Boston University)Must be available to attend the following on-line training times (Note: all times are in Eastern Time Zone):Tuesday, September 20th, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.Thursday, September 22nd, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.Must be available to teach the following in-person session times (Note: all times are in Eastern Time Zone):ACT Exam Proctoring: 9:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on the following Saturdays: September 24th, November 19th, January 28th & March 25thACT Class: 9:15 to 10:30 a.m. on the following Saturdays:October 1st, 22nd, and 29thNovember 5th and 12thDecember 3rd and 10thJanuary 7th and 21stFebruary 4th, 11th, and 25thMarch 4th, 11th, and 18thApril 1st and 22ndTechnologyA Mac/PC laptopMac users: Mac OS X Snow Leopard (version 10.6) or laterPC users: Windows 8.1 or laterRevolution Prep is an Equal Opportunity EmployerAll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, genetic information, national origin, disability, uniform service, veteran status, age, or any other classification protected by Federal, state, or local law. At Revolution Prep, we believe that the more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills.Related keywords: instructor, education#IP22

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Elementary School Counselor (2)
Match Education
location-iconBoston MA

Position : Elementary School Counselor (2) Location : Boston, MA (Hyde Park Campus) Start date : August, 2022 ABOUT THE MATCH CHARTER PUBLIC SCHOOL Match Charter Public School is a free, high-performing charter public school in Boston. We are a PreK-12 school serving 1,250 students. Our mission is to prepare students for success in college and careers in order to achieve economic security and mobility. Students gain acceptance to our schools via an annual blind public lottery open to all Boston residents. Our families bring amazing racial and cultural diversity to the school community - they represent over 20 different countries of origin with over 20 different languages spoken at home. 94% of our students are people of color. Our students bring a diversity of needs to our school, and we are prepared to serve them. 21% of our students qualify for special education services; 18% of our student body are English Language Learners. Matchs core values are Equity, Freedom, Teamwork, Innovation, and Accountability. We are working to reframe our organizational processes and policies to be truly anti-racist. At Match, we believe that three aspects of our work and organization - a staff that is diverse by race and other factors, a professional environment that is inclusive of all perspectives, and a curriculum in our PreK-12 school that is culturally competent - are vital to our goals and mission. See our full statement on diversity here . OVERVIEW OF ROLE Our elementary school has an immediate opening for a full-time School Counselor to join the faculty for the 2022-23 school year. The School Counselor will collaborate closely with teachers, staff and school leadership and will work with some of our highest need students. This position is based at our 600-student elementary school located on 100 Poydras St. in Hyde Park, MA. The School Counselor reports to the Director of Social and Emotional Learning The School Counselor will: Provide individual and group counseling using evidence-based treatment modalities Conduct safety and risk assessments and provide appropriate referrals and follow-up during and after student crisis Provide case management and care coordination to students and their families Collaborate on student cases and identify appropriate levels of care Collaborate with teachers on classroom interventions that promote mental health Co-create and implement universal preventative mental health and wellness programming Contribute collaboratively to school culture as part of the Mental Health Department Approach all work with a trauma-sensitive, strengths-based lens that both honors and incorporates the cultural values and beliefs of our students, families and communities Uphold high expectations for students, and provide lots of support for getting students there; Participate actively in Matchs coaching and professional development programming; Assist with school programming as needed during non-instructional time; and Serve as a positive and collaborative member of the Match Charter Public School community QUALIFICATIONS Competitive applicants have: Two or more years experience as a school-based counselor (strongly preferred); A master's degree in Social Work and license in Massachusetts (LCSW preferred), licensed mental health licensure (LMHC), or Massachusetts School Counseling licensure; Experience working in school-based urban settings (highly preferred); Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to effectively facilitate groups and classroom interventions; Extensive case management and clinical assessment skills; Experience working on teams and the desire to work across multiple settings with behavioral health and non-mental health providers; A deep understanding of how race, gender and culture informs our work and the relationships we build belief that all students can and will succeed; and A desire to continually improve their practice as a school professional by taking and implementing feedback. ABOUT MATCH EDUCATION Match Education ( ) is the shared brand name of The Match Charter Public School, The Match School Foundation, Inc., and The Sposato Graduate School of Education. Match Education is an engine of discovery and applied innovation in education. We operate high-performing urban public charter schools and a unique graduate school of education that trains teachers for high-poverty schools. Out of this applied work, we refine, validate empirically, and eventually disseminate new ideas and practices on core questions in education reform. PM20 PI

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Elementary School Counselor
Match Education
location-iconBoston MA

Position: Elementary School Counselor (2022-2023)Location: Boston, MA (Hyde Park Campus)Start date: August, 2022ABOUT THE MATCH CHARTER PUBLIC SCHOOLMatch Charter Public School is a free, high-performing charter public school in Boston. We are a PreK-12 school serving 1,250 students. Our mission is to prepare students for success in college and careers in order to achieve economic security and mobility. Students gain acceptance to our schools via an annual blind public lottery open to all Boston residents.Our families bring amazing racial and cultural diversity to the school community - they represent over 20 different countries of origin with over 20 different languages spoken at home. 94% of our students are people of color. Our students bring a diversity of needs to our school, and we are prepared to serve them. 21% of our students qualify for special education services; 18% of our student body are English Language Learners.Matchs core values are Equity, Freedom, Teamwork, Innovation, and Accountability. We are working to reframe our organizational processes and policies to be truly anti-racist. At Match, we believe that three aspects of our work and organization - a staff that is diverse by race and other factors, a professional environment that is inclusive of all perspectives, and a curriculum in our PreK-12 school that is culturally competent - are vital to our goals and mission. See our full statement on diversity here.OVERVIEW OF ROLEOur elementary school has an immediate opening for a full-time School Counselor to join the faculty for the 2022-23 school year. The School Counselor will collaborate closely with teachers, staff and school leadership and will work with some of our highest need students. This position is based at our 600-student elementary school located on 100 Poydras St. in Hyde Park, MA. The School Counselor reports to the Director of Social and Emotional LearningThe School Counselor will: Provide individual and group counseling using evidence-based treatment modalities Conduct safety and risk assessments and provide appropriate referrals and follow-up during and after student crisis Provide case management and care coordination to students and their families Collaborate on student cases and identify appropriate levels of care Collaborate with teachers on classroom interventions that promote mental health Co-create and implement universal preventative mental health and wellness programming Contribute collaboratively to school culture as part of the Mental Health Department Approach all work with a trauma-sensitive, strengths-based lens that both honors and incorporates the cultural values and beliefs of our students, families and communities Uphold high expectations for students, and provide lots of support for getting students there; Participate actively in Matchs coaching and professional development programming; Assist with school programming as needed during non-instructional time; and Serve as a positive and collaborative member of the Match Charter Public School communityQUALIFICATIONSCompetitive applicants have: Two or more years experience as a school-based counselor (strongly preferred); A master's degree in Social Work and license in Massachusetts (LCSW preferred), licensed mental health licensure (LMHC), or Massachusetts School Counseling licensure; Experience working in school-based urban settings (highly preferred); Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to effectively facilitate groups and classroom interventions; Extensive case management and clinical assessment skills; Experience working on teams and the desire to work across multiple settings with behavioral health and non-mental health providers; A deep understanding of how race, gender and culture informs our work and the relationships we build belief that all students can and will succeed; and A desire to continually improve their practice as a school professional by taking and implementing feedback. ABOUT MATCH EDUCATIONMatch Education (www.matcheducation.org) is the shared brand name of The Match Charter Public School, The Match School Foundation, Inc., and The Sposato Graduate School of Education.Match Education is an engine of discovery and applied innovation in education. We operate high-performing urban public charter schools and a unique graduate school of education that trains teachers for high-poverty schools. Out of this applied work, we refine, validate empirically, and eventually disseminate new ideas and practices on core questions in education reform.PM20PI188136456

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DETAILER
LBK TRANSPORTATION CO INC
location-iconDanvers MA

DETAILER WANTED Part Time Position Responsibilities include: Cleaning cars, checking fluids. High School students and others are welcome to apply. To apply Please Call us at LBK Transportation Co. Inc. 978-774-6551

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IT PROFESSIONAL CAREER TRAINING - LEARN FROM HOME
Path Hire
location-iconBoston MA

IT PROFESSIONAL CAREER TRAINING - LEARN FROM HOME Are you interested in a career as an IT Professional or web3 programmer? Do you want to learn to code, improve your tech skills or stay up to date with new technology? Clearview Careers helps people just like you find a shorter path to a better career. Our online career portal provides access to a network of National recognized schools, bootcamps and training programs. Study online part-time from home over 24 weeks while maintaining your work schedule. Gain real-world experience as you build an impressive portfolio of projects to showcase your knowledge. Benefit from a wide range of career services including 1:1 coaching, resume reviews, and technical interview training to get job-ready. Job Outlook for IT Professionals According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statics, Employment of Software Developers is projected to grow 22 percent from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations. As a trained IT Professional, you will have a bright future and in demand skills. FinTech Students will develop knowledge of advanced trading algorithms and modelling strategies, while also advancing technical skills in Python programming, machine learning, blockchain and cryptocurrency. Cybersecurity students Get hands-on training in defensive and offensive cybersecurity, networking, systems, web technologies and databases. Digital Marketing students will Learn market-driven skills including marketing strategy, campaign development, digital advertising and modern tools in site analytics and reporting. UX/UI students Get hands-on training in user-centric design research, design thinking, visual prototyping and wireframing, interface design, storyboarding, visual design theory, web prototyping, interaction design with JavaScript and jQuery Coding students learn market-driven skills including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap and Database Theory Candidates for must be 18 years of age or older and have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. These training programs require tuition and while successful completion of the program does not guarantee employment, job placement assistance may be available. Financial assistance available for those who qualify. If you're interested in a high-demand, cutting-edge career, Information Technology is an ideal choice. So, if you're ready to get started from home, we're here to help! Request more info today to start your training for a rewarding Tech Career!Job Requirements:School provided tech career training is tailored to positions such as: Data Analyst Programmer Software and Web Developer Tech Project Manager UX/UI Professional Information Security Analyst

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Elementary School Counselor (2022-2023)
Match Education
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionPosition: Elementary School Counselor (2022-2023)Location: Boston, MA (Hyde Park Campus)Start date: August, 2022ABOUT THE MATCH CHARTER PUBLIC SCHOOLMatch Charter Public School is a free, high-performing charter public school in Boston. We are a PreK-12 school serving 1,250 students. Our mission is to prepare students for success in college and careers in order to achieve economic security and mobility. Students gain acceptance to our schools via an annual blind public lottery open to all Boston residents.Our families bring amazing racial and cultural diversity to the school community - they represent over 20 different countries of origin with over 20 different languages spoken at home. 94% of our students are people of color. Our students bring a diversity of needs to our school, and we are prepared to serve them. 21% of our students qualify for special education services; 18% of our student body are English Language Learners.Matchs core values are Equity, Freedom, Teamwork, Innovation, and Accountability. We are working to reframe our organizational processes and policies to be truly anti-racist. At Match, we believe that three aspects of our work and organization - a staff that is diverse by race and other factors, a professional environment that is inclusive of all perspectives, and a curriculum in our PreK-12 school that is culturally competent - are vital to our goals and mission. See our full statement on diversity here.OVERVIEW OF ROLEOur elementary school has an immediate opening for a full-time School Counselor to join the faculty for the 2022-23 school year. The School Counselor will collaborate closely with teachers, staff and school leadership and will work with some of our highest need students. This position is based at our 600-student elementary school located on 100 Poydras St. in Hyde Park, MA. The School Counselor reports to the Director of Social and Emotional LearningThe School Counselor will: Provide individual and group counseling using evidence-based treatment modalities Conduct safety and risk assessments and provide appropriate referrals and follow-up during and after student crisis Provide case management and care coordination to students and their families Collaborate on student cases and identify appropriate levels of care Collaborate with teachers on classroom interventions that promote mental health Co-create and implement universal preventative mental health and wellness programming Contribute collaboratively to school culture as part of the Mental Health Department Approach all work with a trauma-sensitive, strengths-based lens that both honors and incorporates the cultural values and beliefs of our students, families and communities Uphold high expectations for students, and provide lots of support for getting students there; Participate actively in Matchs coaching and professional development programming; Assist with school programming as needed during non-instructional time; and Serve as a positive and collaborative member of the Match Charter Public School communityQUALIFICATIONSCompetitive applicants have: Two or more years experience as a school-based counselor (strongly preferred); A master's degree in Social Work and license in Massachusetts (LCSW preferred), licensed mental health licensure (LMHC), or Massachusetts School Counseling licensure; Experience working in school-based urban settings (highly preferred); Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to effectively facilitate groups and classroom interventions; Extensive case management and clinical assessment skills; Experience working on teams and the desire to work across multiple settings with behavioral health and non-mental health providers; A deep understanding of how race, gender and culture informs our work and the relationships we build belief that all students can and will succeed; and A desire to continually improve their practice as a school professional by taking and implementing feedback. ABOUT MATCH EDUCATIONMatch Education (www.matcheducation.org) is the shared brand name of The Match Charter Public School, The Match School Foundation, Inc., and The Sposato Graduate School of Education.Match Education is an engine of discovery and applied innovation in education. We operate high-performing urban public charter schools and a unique graduate school of education that trains teachers for high-poverty schools. Out of this applied work, we refine, validate empirically, and eventually disseminate new ideas and practices on core questions in education reform.PM20PI188136556

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Elementary Special Education Aide, Lynn MA, SY2022-2023
KIPP Massachusetts Public Charter Schools
location-iconLynn MA

Job DescriptionCompany DescriptionOur MissionThe mission of all of KIPP Massachusetts schools is to create an environment where students develop the academic skills, intellectual habits and character traits necessary to maximize their potential in high school, college and the world beyond. Our program is based on:A focus on high-quality instruction supported by rigorous professional development to ensure that our students develop the academic skills necessary to pursue the life they choose.A high regard for character development to ensure that our students and staff celebrate and develop their character and identity strengths.An emphasis on family engagement, because we believe that our students are most likely to be able to maximize their potential when we work in partnership with our students and their families.A focus on college readiness for all students so that all students can make choices about their post-secondary education and future.What We DoWe seek to provide a world-class education for students from educationally underserved communities in Lynn and Boston. Our student demographics mirror those of neighborhood schools in terms of race, socioeconomic status, Multilingual Learners (MLL), and students who receive special education services.Our promise to families is that their children will enter college and the professional world able to thrive academically due to their literacy, numeracy, and core knowledge in science and social studies. We also promise that our students will develop the zest for learning and grit necessary to persevere as they climb the mountain to and through college and career. Our graduates will be prepared to return to their community as teachers, leaders, and architects of continued growth in Lynn and Boston.Our Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity VisionAt KIPP Massachusetts, we believe that Knowledge is Power. Every day, our team and family have the opportunity to either perpetuate systems of oppression or disrupt them. We are compelled by the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusivity. Therefore, we continuously commit to operating as an anti-racist organization.  Read more at Diversity Equity Inclusivity Vision.Who We AreKIPP Massachusetts began enrolling students in 2004. We currently hold two charters, operating two “districts.” Our first district, KIPP Academy Lynn Charter School, is based in Lynn, MA.  Our second district, KIPP Academy Boston Charter School, is based in Mattapan, MA. Each district is housed on one or more “campuses,” which we use to refer to different grade spans, for example, elementary grades, middle school grades, or high school grades.In Lynn, KIPP Academy Lynn Elementary (serving grades K-4), KIPP Academy Lynn Middle (serving grades 5-8), and KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate (serving grades 9-12), are all under our Lynn charter.  Admission to any grade in the Lynn district is admission to all remaining grades in the Lynn district K-12. 66% of our students in Lynn are Hispanic, 23% are African American and 11% are other races/ethnicities.In Boston, KIPP Academy Boston Elementary (serving grades K-4), and KIPP Academy Boston (serving grades 5-8), are both under our Boston charter.  Admission to any grade in the Boston district is admission to all remaining grades in the Boston district, K-8. 68% of our students in Boston are African American, 30% are Hispanic and 2% are other races/ethnicities.Across both districts, in school year 2020-21 KIPP Massachusetts will serve over 2,100 students.KIPP NationalKIPP Massachusetts partners with the KIPP Foundation, or KIPP National, which is a non-profit national network of college-preparatory public charter schools serving elementary, middle and high school students.  KIPP National has a 25-year track record of preparing our students in educationally underserved communities for success in college and life.There are 242 KIPP schools in 20 states plus the District of Columbia educating over 100,000 students on their path to and through college and career.  We believe that excellent academic, safe and structured schools, empowered teachers, an emphasis on character development and support through college are the foundation for student success, and we strive to provide this for every student.All KIPP schools, whether they are in Massachusetts or in other states, are part of the free public school system in their respective states and enrollment is open to all students.  KIPP public charter schools are given more academic and budgetary flexibility than traditional public schools, and in exchange commit to deliver high-quality academic results for students.Job DescriptionAideKIPP MA is looking for committed, compassionate, and culturally competent Aides who have the power to amplify our children’s potential by contributing to creating a school experience that affirms, values, and challenges students each day. KIPP MA Aides work with students who require additional support in order to be successful in the classroom. The Aide works collectively with teachers, school leaders, students, and family members to meet the needs of our students, ensuring their social and academic growth as they gain the skills needed to excel in school and beyond. Aides are crucial in the growth and success of the students on their caseload and work collaboratively with the Lead Teacher to ensure that all students engage in instruction at a level that is rigorous and accessible. Together, we seek to create a professional and authentic environment of joy, excellence, care, and community where educators make long term transformative outcomes for students.KEY RESPONSIBILITIESClassroom ResponsibilitiesGuide and assist individual students (1:1 support) and/or group of students with the requisite attention needed, which is separate from the general classUnder the direction of the Lead Teacher and/or Supervisor, complement classroom instruction to help maximize the learning opportunities for students on a caseload including, but not limited to:Assist classroom teachers in creating curriculum modifications for specific studentsProvide support to Lead Teachers, Residents, and/or Fellows by carrying out lesson plans and assisting with learning materialsProvide testing accommodations, including supervising students completing tests in a separate location or during an extended timeReview and correct student work assignmentsAssist in the implementation of behavioral intervention plans which may involve use of positive reinforcement strategies, behavior modification, and other skills or knowledge to ensure safety and success for individual studentsAssist individual students with self-advocacy about particular needs while in the classroomFacilitate and support social interactions and foster the development of positive relationships between students on the caseload and their peers and teachersConstantly assess progress, communicate results clearly, and use data to inform decisions and set goalsMay physically assist with physical needs of students, as neededSchool and Professional ResponsibilitiesProvide aide coverage and support to other classrooms and grade levels as neededBe available for an extended workday, as needed, to support colleagues, students, and families outside of school hoursPerform necessary support duties including, but not limited to, coverage, bus, lunch, and dismissal dutiesCollaborate with grade level teams to provide support, guidance, and advocacy concerning the students on the caseloadDependable attendance according to our school calendar Regional ResponsibilitiesEmbody KIPP MA’s Code of Conduct by acting with integrity, leading with humanity, centering self-awareness and critical consciousness, taking personal responsibility, and engaging productivelyObtain required requirements for an Aide within one year of hire, which includes one of the following:Associate’s Degree OR48 college credit hours ORPass the ParaPro Assessment with a score of 464 with study resources and support from KIPP MAParticipate and engage in regional professional development and community events as requiredKIPP MA aides are supported in their demanding work by experienced and dedicated leadership and staff who have themselves proven successful in the teaching role. Our leaders maintain consistent school-wide systems and procedures - academic, behavioral, cultural, logistical - designed to permit aides to do their best work. In addition to the responsibilities listed above, there will occasionally be other duties as assigned that aides will engage in to help promote a positive and safe learning environment and culture.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSAbility to attend to physical requirements of students may Include, but are not limited to:Assisting with personal care (such as eating, bathroom use, personal hygiene) as neededMobility needs inside school buildings and outside (such as during recess) as neededAbility to stand for extended periods of timeAbility to carry or lift items weighing up to 15 lbs or more, as neededPhysical/tactical restraint procedures, as needed Ability and flexibility to shift in reaction to student needQualificationsQUALIFICATIONSLove and unwavering belief in the high potential of all studentsCommitment to anti-racism and equityDemonstrated ability to drive student growth and achievement and to create a warm, inclusive, rigorous learning environment (preferred)Possess an Associate’s Degree OR have completed 48 college credit hours OR pass the ParaPro Assessment with a score of 464 within a year of hireExperience and/or training in proper physical/tactical restraint procedure (preferred)Experience and/or training in proper ABA techniques for student support (preferred)KIPP MA requires that all staff be fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO authorized vaccine (or approved by KIPP MA for an exemption as a reasonable accommodation due to a medical reason or sincerely held religious belief). Pass Criminal Background ChecksKIPP MA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe in the importance of being a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization that enables all of our students and staff to thrive. We are committed to building an exceptional team that reflects the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our students. We also strive to ensure an inclusive community by creating a space for meaningful dialogue about issues of race and identity for our staff and students. We hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, or disability.Additional InformationWhat We OfferThe starting base salary range for this exempt position is $37,000 to $45,000 (per 1.0 FTE/45 hours per week) with a $1K signing bonus—and $2K retention and $3K longevity bonuses in subsequent years. We offer a comprehensive tiered benefits plan, with a competitive employer contribution toward premiums for health insurance, including coverage for spouse/domestic partner and/or children. Other benefits include dental and vision plans, flexible PTO, life insurance, work-life balance benefits, paid family and medical leaves, flexible spending account options, parenting and elder care benefits, free access to financial coaching and services, commuter benefits, 403(b) plans, individualized coaching, and referral bonuses. KIPP MA may offer a relocation stipend to help defray the cost of moving for this role, where applicable.All staff and educators at KIPP MA are committed to anti-racism and inclusion, are part of a close-knit diverse community, and are encouraged to show up authentically, inspiring our children to do the same. For more information on the benefits of joining KIPP MA, please view our Employee Value Proposition.  Application processInternal candidates: If you are currently a member of the KIPP MA team, please apply by emailing your resume to the Recruitment Team at Talent@kippma.org.  Be sure to indicate to which position you wish to apply.     External candidates: If you do not currently work for the KIPP MA team, please visit our job board at https://careers.smartrecruiters.com/KIPP/massachusetts and complete an online application.The KIPP MA Recruitment Team will select candidates to move forward to the video/phone screen interview stage.Following the phone interview, the KIPP MA team will invite qualified candidates to interview with KIPP MA School or Regional Office Teams. 

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Medical Assistant
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
location-iconBOSTON MA

Department Description: The Medical Assistant supports a multi-discipline area within the Department of Medicine to include Infectious Diseases and Allergy. This role includes front desk check-in and out responsibilities, as well as vitals and supply management of our clinical area. The position interacts closely with the physician and nursing team and is part of a dynamic and growing group.Job Location: Boston, MassachusettsReq ID: 43977BRJob Summary: Supports smooth and efficient practice operations, while contributing to BIDMC's promise of providing extraordinary care. Communicates with patients, other employees and the general public in a courteous, helpful manner by phone and in person. In addition to medical assisting, provides administrative tasks as needed, including but are not limited to greeting, check-in, and scheduling. Assists patients who have physical and psychological limitations with ambulation and patient care functions.Essential Responsibilities: Performs medical assisting duties which may include, but are not limited to, vital signs, height and weight, EKGs, performing phlebotomy and assisting during routine procedures. Ensures that all patient care areas are clean, organized, stocked and ready for patient use. Escorts patients to ancillary service areas such as radiology and lab as needed.Performs appropriate point of care testing, such as lab tests and specimen collection. Implements quality control standards to ensure proper functioning and accuracy of testing equipment. Provides patients with relevant instructions for specific tests and procedures.Monitors, orders and/or maintains medical equipment and supplies, ensuring they are clean, sterilized, stocked and within expiration dates.Performs initial review of medication lists in the electronic medical record for final review by licensed practitioners. May retrieve schedule VI and over the counter medications only, under supervision of licensed providers; is not authorized to perform licensed personnel duties, which include but are not limited to drawing up medications, medication administration or flushing IVs.Uses the electronic medical record system (OMR) to queue prescription renewals for review by a licensed provider. As directed by a clinician, enters/scribes orders for tests, services or appointments in OMR. During the visit, accurately documents tasks, as they are completed, in OMR to ensure proper billing (Facility Worksheet).Prepares schedules, patient charts and other documents as needed for clinical activities, in accordance with Medical Center standards. Procures and correlates medical correspondence as directed by department.Monitors patients and visitors entering, waiting, and leaving the practice. Facilitates timely flow and informs patients and providers of delays in a timely manner. Acts as liaison between patient and practice staff to ensure optimal flow and service delivery. Ensures waiting room materials are organized and stocked as directed by the department. May answer and screen telephone calls.Required Qualifications:High School diploma or GED required. 0-1 years related work experience required.Medical assisting experience required through any of the following areas: MA, CNA (or LNA), EMT, PCT certificate, Associates Degree in Medical Assisting. Current or former nursing or medical student who has completed at least one clinical rotation. Successful completion of BIDMC in-house competency program in 2019. Successful completion of Basic Clinical Skills course at Northeastern University.Basic familiarity with computers. Ability to navigate at a basic level within web-based applications.Preferred Qualifications:Phlebotomy Certificate preferred.Competencies:Decision Making: Ability to make decisions that are based on specific instructions, standard practices and established procedures which generally require little or no supervision.Problem Solving: Ability to address problems that are routine, somewhat repetitive and generally solved by following clear directions and procedures and by identifying opportunities for process improvements.Independence of Action: Ability to follow general instructions and procedures as provided. Work is monitored by supervisor/manager.Written Communications: Ability to read, and write in English in order to understand basic safety instructions and take direction from supervisors; communicate effectively with patients, families and other medical center staff; and respond to basic questions.Oral Communications: Ability to comprehend and converse in English to communicate effectively with medical center staff, patients, families and external customers.Knowledge: Ability to demonstrate full working knowledge of standard concepts, practices, procedures and policies with the ability to use them in varied situations.Team Work: Ability to work collaboratively in small teams to improve the operations of immediate work group by offering ideas, identifying issues, and respecting team members.Customer Service: Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients, visitors, staff and external customers in a professional, service-oriented, respectful manner using skills in active listening and problem solving. Ability to remain calm in stressful situations.Age based Competencies: Employees in this job must be competent to provide patient care to the following age groups: Neonatal:Birth to 6 months, Youth: 6 months to 16 years, Young adult: 16-30 years, Middle Age: 30 - 60 years, Elderly: 60 -.Physical Nature of the Job:Medium work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and or up to 20 pounds of force frequently. Job is physical in nature and employee needs to stand and/or move around through the majority of their shift.

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Home Health Aide, HHA - NO DRIVING - 1 Location
Brooksby Village by Erickson Senior Living
location-iconPeabody MA

Location:Brooksby Village by Erickson Senior LivingBrooksby Village is a beautiful 90-acre continuing care retirement community located just 20 minutes from Boston in Peabody, Massachusetts. We’re part of a growing network of communities developed and managed by Erickson Senior Living, a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 states—and growing.ASK ABOUT OUR NEW RATESWe are hiring Home Support Aides for our award winning retirement community. Do what you love…without the travel. All of our clients live within our gated retirement community and are within walking distance. Our Caregiver team supports our residents in all aspects of daily living, right in their homes on our beautiful campus!We have just increased out rates and they are Industry Leading!!We have Part Time positions that are benefit eligible as well as Per Diem positions!!How you will make an impact:Providing personal care and assisting with activities of daily living.Supporting residents by performing routine housekeeping tasks, meal planning and preparation.Escorting residents to appointments and social activities.What we offer:Competitive benefit packages including medical, dental, vision and 401K with a match after 1 year.Tuition reimbursement, certification reimbursement and student loan refinancing partnership programs are available.Onsite wellness visits and sick care available for all employees over 18 years of age.Gated community with 24/7 security.No travel- all clients are residents of our community within our gates.A culture of diversity and inclusion, which builds on our values, vision and mission.What you will need:Current CNA certification for the state in which you are working.1-2 years of CNA experience preferred.High School diploma or GED required.Erickson Senior Living, its affiliates, and managed communities are Equal Opportunity Employers and are committed to providing a workplace free of unlawful discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, veteran status, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.

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Nuclear Operations
Navy
location-iconBoston MA

ABOUTNuclear technicians, power plant operators and subsystems specialists are responsible for keeping vital Naval submarines and aircraft carriers running. These highly trained, hands-on professionals perform the complex technical functions that are at the core of sub and carrier capabilities.Their job involves everything from operating nuclear propulsion plant machinery, to controlling auxiliary equipment that supports Naval reactors, to maintaining various electronic, propulsion and weapons systems.RESPONSIBILITIESThere are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN)Nuclear Machinist’s Mates operate and maintain steam turbines and reduction gears used for nuclear ship propulsion and auxiliary machinery such as turbogenerators, pumps and oil purifiers. They also maintain auxiliary machinery outside of main machinery spaces, such as electrohydraulic steering engines and elevators, refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and desalinization plants. They may also operate and maintain compressed gas producing plants. Nuclear-trained MMs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. This job is perfect for Sailors with deep interest in math, chemistry, physics and engineering—in other words, it takes hard work and smarts to get you into the reactor room.Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN)Nuclear Electrician’s Mates are responsible for the operation of a ship's electrical power generation systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment and electrical appliances. The duties include installation, operation, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment. They also perform maintenance and repair of related electronic equipment. As an EMN, you’re responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN)Nuclear Electronics Technicians operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the nuclear reactor on Navy ships run. From submarines to aircraft carriers, these Sailors calibrate the actual nuclear control rods to generate power aboard these ships. After your training at Nuclear Power & Prototype School, you’ll be part of a watch team that enables the fission process, which generates steam for propulsion. Few can say they get hands-on experience in a nuclear power plant just three years out of high school—you’re one of them.Learn more about submarine service, or life on a ship.WORK ENVIRONMENTAs an Enlisted Sailor working in nuclear operations, you’ll have the opportunity to work at sea or ashore. Your assignment could also place you in an intense, fast-paced environment aboard a nuclear-powered submarine or aircraft carrier.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTNAVY NUCLEAR FIELD (NF) PROGRAMUpon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Nuclear Operations role report to “A” School for technical training based on their specific job rating, and then move on to acquire advanced nuclear training.“A” School for MMNs – The three-month Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and understanding of the theory and operation of a steam power plant. Students learn to operate tools, test equipment and system components, read blueprints, practice rigging techniques, and perform maintenance procedures. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see below).“A” School for EMNs – The six-month Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and power distribution. Students learn to solve basic equations using phasors, vector notations and basic trigonometry and analyze DC and AC circuits. They also learn how to operate electrical equipment using controllers, and how to properly test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits, motors and other related electrical equipment. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).“A” School for ETNs – The six-month Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and a good working knowledge of electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic and systems, microprocessors, and instrumentation and control circuits. Students learn how to interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in electronic systems. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) – Upon completion of “A” School training, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs attend Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) in Charleston, SC. Here they learn theory and practical application of nuclear physics and reactor engineering. The six-month course provides a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water Naval nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) – Following NNPS, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs begin prototype training in their rating specialty at one of two Nuclear Power Training Units (NPTUs) – located in Charleston, SC and Ballston Spa, NY. This six-month course teaches the fundamentals of a Naval nuclear power plant and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems. Students develop oral communications skills, obtain an understanding of nuclear radiation, and gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex Naval nuclear power plant.For all nuclear power trained ratings, promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the field of nuclear operations can translate to up to 77 credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the nuclear operations field in the Navy. Those seeking one of these positions must be US citizens with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and who can meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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Nuclear Operations
Navy
location-iconSomerville MA

ABOUTNuclear technicians, power plant operators and subsystems specialists are responsible for keeping vital Naval submarines and aircraft carriers running. These highly trained, hands-on professionals perform the complex technical functions that are at the core of sub and carrier capabilities.Their job involves everything from operating nuclear propulsion plant machinery, to controlling auxiliary equipment that supports Naval reactors, to maintaining various electronic, propulsion and weapons systems.RESPONSIBILITIESThere are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN)Nuclear Machinist’s Mates operate and maintain steam turbines and reduction gears used for nuclear ship propulsion and auxiliary machinery such as turbogenerators, pumps and oil purifiers. They also maintain auxiliary machinery outside of main machinery spaces, such as electrohydraulic steering engines and elevators, refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and desalinization plants. They may also operate and maintain compressed gas producing plants. Nuclear-trained MMs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. This job is perfect for Sailors with deep interest in math, chemistry, physics and engineering—in other words, it takes hard work and smarts to get you into the reactor room.Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN)Nuclear Electrician’s Mates are responsible for the operation of a ship's electrical power generation systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment and electrical appliances. The duties include installation, operation, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment. They also perform maintenance and repair of related electronic equipment. As an EMN, you’re responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN)Nuclear Electronics Technicians operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the nuclear reactor on Navy ships run. From submarines to aircraft carriers, these Sailors calibrate the actual nuclear control rods to generate power aboard these ships. After your training at Nuclear Power & Prototype School, you’ll be part of a watch team that enables the fission process, which generates steam for propulsion. Few can say they get hands-on experience in a nuclear power plant just three years out of high school—you’re one of them.Learn more about submarine service, or life on a ship.WORK ENVIRONMENTAs an Enlisted Sailor working in nuclear operations, you’ll have the opportunity to work at sea or ashore. Your assignment could also place you in an intense, fast-paced environment aboard a nuclear-powered submarine or aircraft carrier.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTNAVY NUCLEAR FIELD (NF) PROGRAMUpon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Nuclear Operations role report to “A” School for technical training based on their specific job rating, and then move on to acquire advanced nuclear training.“A” School for MMNs – The three-month Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and understanding of the theory and operation of a steam power plant. Students learn to operate tools, test equipment and system components, read blueprints, practice rigging techniques, and perform maintenance procedures. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see below).“A” School for EMNs – The six-month Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and power distribution. Students learn to solve basic equations using phasors, vector notations and basic trigonometry and analyze DC and AC circuits. They also learn how to operate electrical equipment using controllers, and how to properly test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits, motors and other related electrical equipment. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).“A” School for ETNs – The six-month Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and a good working knowledge of electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic and systems, microprocessors, and instrumentation and control circuits. Students learn how to interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in electronic systems. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) – Upon completion of “A” School training, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs attend Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) in Charleston, SC. Here they learn theory and practical application of nuclear physics and reactor engineering. The six-month course provides a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water Naval nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) – Following NNPS, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs begin prototype training in their rating specialty at one of two Nuclear Power Training Units (NPTUs) – located in Charleston, SC and Ballston Spa, NY. This six-month course teaches the fundamentals of a Naval nuclear power plant and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems. Students develop oral communications skills, obtain an understanding of nuclear radiation, and gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex Naval nuclear power plant.For all nuclear power trained ratings, promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the field of nuclear operations can translate to up to 77 credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the nuclear operations field in the Navy. Those seeking one of these positions must be US citizens with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and who can meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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Emergency Medicine Physician
Cambridge Health Alliance
location-iconCambridge MA

Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is a health system serving patients in Cambridge, Somerville and Boston's Metro-North region. CHA strives to provide high quality care including primary, hospital, and specialty care, emergency services, and behavioral health. As a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine, CHA prides itself on training the healthcare professionals of tomorrow. The organization's mission is to improve the health of communities. CHA has built its culture on the core values of community, integrity, respect, compassion, learning, and excellence. If you think you could bring your skills, ideas and compassion to the team CHA welcomes your application, whether you are interested in full-time, part-time, or per diem job opportunities.Cambridge Health Alliance, a nationally recognized, award-winning health system is seeking a full-time board certified/board eligible Emergency Physician to join our exceptional team. The Cambridge Health Alliance Department of Emergency Medicine staffs two community Emergency Departments and one Urgent Care center located in the Greater Boston area. We provide outstanding and innovative care to a diverse patient population. Our team of more than 40 physicians and physician assistants serve approximately 100,000 patients annually across the three sites and has led us to become a national model for patient flow.We are looking for a dedicated physician who excels in a collegial environment, is willing to grow professionally and help shape future clinicians. As a Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate, we offer ample teaching opportunities with medical students and residents. We offer a competitive benefits and salary package.Please send CV's to: Benjamin Milligan, MD, FACEP, Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine at bmilligan@cha.harvard.edu. Candidates may also apply confidentially by submitting contact information and CV/cover letter using the short form located to the right of this job post. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Nuclear Operations
Navy
location-iconNewton MA

ABOUTNuclear technicians, power plant operators and subsystems specialists are responsible for keeping vital Naval submarines and aircraft carriers running. These highly trained, hands-on professionals perform the complex technical functions that are at the core of sub and carrier capabilities.Their job involves everything from operating nuclear propulsion plant machinery, to controlling auxiliary equipment that supports Naval reactors, to maintaining various electronic, propulsion and weapons systems.RESPONSIBILITIESThere are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN)Nuclear Machinist’s Mates operate and maintain steam turbines and reduction gears used for nuclear ship propulsion and auxiliary machinery such as turbogenerators, pumps and oil purifiers. They also maintain auxiliary machinery outside of main machinery spaces, such as electrohydraulic steering engines and elevators, refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and desalinization plants. They may also operate and maintain compressed gas producing plants. Nuclear-trained MMs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. This job is perfect for Sailors with deep interest in math, chemistry, physics and engineering—in other words, it takes hard work and smarts to get you into the reactor room.Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN)Nuclear Electrician’s Mates are responsible for the operation of a ship's electrical power generation systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment and electrical appliances. The duties include installation, operation, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment. They also perform maintenance and repair of related electronic equipment. As an EMN, you’re responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN)Nuclear Electronics Technicians operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the nuclear reactor on Navy ships run. From submarines to aircraft carriers, these Sailors calibrate the actual nuclear control rods to generate power aboard these ships. After your training at Nuclear Power & Prototype School, you’ll be part of a watch team that enables the fission process, which generates steam for propulsion. Few can say they get hands-on experience in a nuclear power plant just three years out of high school—you’re one of them.Learn more about submarine service, or life on a ship.WORK ENVIRONMENTAs an Enlisted Sailor working in nuclear operations, you’ll have the opportunity to work at sea or ashore. Your assignment could also place you in an intense, fast-paced environment aboard a nuclear-powered submarine or aircraft carrier.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTNAVY NUCLEAR FIELD (NF) PROGRAMUpon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Nuclear Operations role report to “A” School for technical training based on their specific job rating, and then move on to acquire advanced nuclear training.“A” School for MMNs – The three-month Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and understanding of the theory and operation of a steam power plant. Students learn to operate tools, test equipment and system components, read blueprints, practice rigging techniques, and perform maintenance procedures. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see below).“A” School for EMNs – The six-month Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and power distribution. Students learn to solve basic equations using phasors, vector notations and basic trigonometry and analyze DC and AC circuits. They also learn how to operate electrical equipment using controllers, and how to properly test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits, motors and other related electrical equipment. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).“A” School for ETNs – The six-month Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and a good working knowledge of electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic and systems, microprocessors, and instrumentation and control circuits. Students learn how to interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in electronic systems. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) – Upon completion of “A” School training, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs attend Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) in Charleston, SC. Here they learn theory and practical application of nuclear physics and reactor engineering. The six-month course provides a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water Naval nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) – Following NNPS, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs begin prototype training in their rating specialty at one of two Nuclear Power Training Units (NPTUs) – located in Charleston, SC and Ballston Spa, NY. This six-month course teaches the fundamentals of a Naval nuclear power plant and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems. Students develop oral communications skills, obtain an understanding of nuclear radiation, and gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex Naval nuclear power plant.For all nuclear power trained ratings, promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the field of nuclear operations can translate to up to 77 credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the nuclear operations field in the Navy. Those seeking one of these positions must be US citizens with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and who can meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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91B Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic
Army National Guard
location-iconBoston MA

Job Description As a Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic for the Army National Guard you'll ensure that anything that moves on wheels is ready to hit the road. In this role, you will primarily be responsible for supervising and performing maintenance and recovery operations on wheeled vehicles in the field and in the shop. Your duties will include inspecting, servicing, maintaining, repairing, testing, adjusting, and replacing of systems and components; performing recovery operations, and servicing electrical systems; including wiring harness and charging systems. Job Duties * Maintain wheeled vehicles associated trailers and material handling equipment systems * Service automotive electrical systems, including wiring harness, and starting and charging systems Helpful Skills * Interest in troubleshooting and repairing mechanical problems * Interest in automotive engines and how they work Through your training, you will develop the skills and experience to enjoy a civilian career with service stations, auto dealers, farm equipment companies, and state highway agencies. You'll be able to pursue a career as a mechanic who works on carburetors, transmissions, radiators, construction equipment, or endless track vehicles. Earn While You Learn Instead of paying to learn these skills, get paid to train. In the Army National Guard, you will learn these valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance. Job training requires 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT). Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Benefits/Requirements Benefits * Paid training * A monthly paycheck * Montgomery GI Bill * Federal and State tuition assistance * Retirement benefits for part-time service * Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage) * 401(k)-type savings plan * Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans) * Health care benefits available * VA home loans * Bonuses, if applicable * Most non-prior service candidates will earn between $200 and $250 per drill weekend, subject to change Requirements * Military enlistment in the Army National Guard * Must be at least a junior in high school, or have a high school diploma or a GED certificate * Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 * Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards * Must meet citizenship requirements (see NATIONALGUARD.com for details) Requires military enlistment. Programs and benefits are subject to change. Ask your Army National Guard recruiter for the most up-to-date information. Actual MOS assignment may depend on MOS availability. Other Job Information Job ID: 2660 ZIP Code: 2122 Job Category: Mechanic and Maintenance Age Requirements: Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 garage body repair frame repair mechanic

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Infant, Toddler and Preschool Teacher - MIT Cambridge MA
Bright Horizons Family Solutions
location-iconCambridge MA

MIT is seeking experienced, full-time Teachers in its Cambridge childcare centers!The MIT centers offer competitive teacher salaries - ranging from $19.00-$23.00 per hour (based on education and experience)Ask about our $1,000 hiring incentive! Effective through September 30, 2022 - eligibility requirements apply.Developed in the spirit of MIT, the childcare centers are dynamic, nurturing, inclusive environments where children participate in experiences promoting invention and discovery. All MIT childcare centers are NAEYC accredited and enjoy spacious, state-of-the-art facilities, each with its own thoughtfully designed playground.As an early childhood educator at MIT, you will be an integral part of fostering an environment that supports the many developmental milestones of a child’s early years. You'll collaborate with a talented team of early childhood professionals, develop an emergent curriculum designed to inspire and foster growth, partner with families, and nurture your own development and career growth through unlimited learning opportunities!MIT’s Childcare Centers Provide Top-Tier Salaries and Superior Benefits:Supportive environment with room to grow your career · All tuition & fees covered for Child Development Associate (CDA) training, Associate, or Bachelor’s degreeTuition assistance for Master’s degree and other courses · Potential anniversary and degree completion bonusStudent loan repayment advising50% discount on childcare for children enrolled at MIT TCC or Bright Horizons childcare centersHealth and wellness benefits, including medical, dental, and visionDisability and life insurancePaid vacation, sick time, and 14 holidays401(k) with employer matchBack-up child care and adult/elder careParking options availableGenerous employee referral bonus program …and much, much more!We are looking for full-time Teachers with the following qualifications:CDA, Associate’s degree, or Bachelor’s degree (or working toward achieving) in Early Childhood Education or related fieldExperience with infants, toddlers, and/or preschoolers and commitment to nurturing their developmentMeet Massachusetts state licensing requirements for EEC professional qualificationsBe at least 18 years of age, with a high school diploma/GEDMust be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and received your booster shot to ensure compliance with enhanced health and safety protocols at this locationAPPLY TODAY! We’d love to talk to you about career opportunities at MIT’s Childcare Centers!#INDBOSHAVING TECHNICAL ISSUES WITH YOUR APPLICATION?Contact us at bhrecruit@brighthorizons.com or 855-877-6866Bright Horizons is dedicated to creating a workforce that promotes and supports diversity and inclusion. We provide equal employment opportunities to all individuals without discrimination. Bright Horizons complies with the laws and regulations set forth in the following EEO is the Law Poster: EEO – English and EEO – Spanish along with information on the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA).Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the recruitment helpdesk at 855-877-6866 or bhrecruit@brighthorizons.com. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

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Nuclear Operations
Navy
location-iconLynn MA

ABOUTNuclear technicians, power plant operators and subsystems specialists are responsible for keeping vital Naval submarines and aircraft carriers running. These highly trained, hands-on professionals perform the complex technical functions that are at the core of sub and carrier capabilities.Their job involves everything from operating nuclear propulsion plant machinery, to controlling auxiliary equipment that supports Naval reactors, to maintaining various electronic, propulsion and weapons systems.RESPONSIBILITIESThere are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN)Nuclear Machinist’s Mates operate and maintain steam turbines and reduction gears used for nuclear ship propulsion and auxiliary machinery such as turbogenerators, pumps and oil purifiers. They also maintain auxiliary machinery outside of main machinery spaces, such as electrohydraulic steering engines and elevators, refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and desalinization plants. They may also operate and maintain compressed gas producing plants. Nuclear-trained MMs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. This job is perfect for Sailors with deep interest in math, chemistry, physics and engineering—in other words, it takes hard work and smarts to get you into the reactor room.Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN)Nuclear Electrician’s Mates are responsible for the operation of a ship's electrical power generation systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment and electrical appliances. The duties include installation, operation, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment. They also perform maintenance and repair of related electronic equipment. As an EMN, you’re responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN)Nuclear Electronics Technicians operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the nuclear reactor on Navy ships run. From submarines to aircraft carriers, these Sailors calibrate the actual nuclear control rods to generate power aboard these ships. After your training at Nuclear Power & Prototype School, you’ll be part of a watch team that enables the fission process, which generates steam for propulsion. Few can say they get hands-on experience in a nuclear power plant just three years out of high school—you’re one of them.Learn more about submarine service, or life on a ship.WORK ENVIRONMENTAs an Enlisted Sailor working in nuclear operations, you’ll have the opportunity to work at sea or ashore. Your assignment could also place you in an intense, fast-paced environment aboard a nuclear-powered submarine or aircraft carrier.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTNAVY NUCLEAR FIELD (NF) PROGRAMUpon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Nuclear Operations role report to “A” School for technical training based on their specific job rating, and then move on to acquire advanced nuclear training.“A” School for MMNs – The three-month Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and understanding of the theory and operation of a steam power plant. Students learn to operate tools, test equipment and system components, read blueprints, practice rigging techniques, and perform maintenance procedures. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see below).“A” School for EMNs – The six-month Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and power distribution. Students learn to solve basic equations using phasors, vector notations and basic trigonometry and analyze DC and AC circuits. They also learn how to operate electrical equipment using controllers, and how to properly test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits, motors and other related electrical equipment. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).“A” School for ETNs – The six-month Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and a good working knowledge of electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic and systems, microprocessors, and instrumentation and control circuits. Students learn how to interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in electronic systems. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) – Upon completion of “A” School training, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs attend Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) in Charleston, SC. Here they learn theory and practical application of nuclear physics and reactor engineering. The six-month course provides a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water Naval nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) – Following NNPS, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs begin prototype training in their rating specialty at one of two Nuclear Power Training Units (NPTUs) – located in Charleston, SC and Ballston Spa, NY. This six-month course teaches the fundamentals of a Naval nuclear power plant and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems. Students develop oral communications skills, obtain an understanding of nuclear radiation, and gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex Naval nuclear power plant.For all nuclear power trained ratings, promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the field of nuclear operations can translate to up to 77 credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the nuclear operations field in the Navy. Those seeking one of these positions must be US citizens with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and who can meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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Nuclear Operations
Navy
location-iconQuincy MA

ABOUTNuclear technicians, power plant operators and subsystems specialists are responsible for keeping vital Naval submarines and aircraft carriers running. These highly trained, hands-on professionals perform the complex technical functions that are at the core of sub and carrier capabilities.Their job involves everything from operating nuclear propulsion plant machinery, to controlling auxiliary equipment that supports Naval reactors, to maintaining various electronic, propulsion and weapons systems.RESPONSIBILITIESThere are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN)Nuclear Machinist’s Mates operate and maintain steam turbines and reduction gears used for nuclear ship propulsion and auxiliary machinery such as turbogenerators, pumps and oil purifiers. They also maintain auxiliary machinery outside of main machinery spaces, such as electrohydraulic steering engines and elevators, refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and desalinization plants. They may also operate and maintain compressed gas producing plants. Nuclear-trained MMs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. This job is perfect for Sailors with deep interest in math, chemistry, physics and engineering—in other words, it takes hard work and smarts to get you into the reactor room.Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN)Nuclear Electrician’s Mates are responsible for the operation of a ship's electrical power generation systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment and electrical appliances. The duties include installation, operation, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment. They also perform maintenance and repair of related electronic equipment. As an EMN, you’re responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN)Nuclear Electronics Technicians operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the nuclear reactor on Navy ships run. From submarines to aircraft carriers, these Sailors calibrate the actual nuclear control rods to generate power aboard these ships. After your training at Nuclear Power & Prototype School, you’ll be part of a watch team that enables the fission process, which generates steam for propulsion. Few can say they get hands-on experience in a nuclear power plant just three years out of high school—you’re one of them.Learn more about submarine service, or life on a ship.WORK ENVIRONMENTAs an Enlisted Sailor working in nuclear operations, you’ll have the opportunity to work at sea or ashore. Your assignment could also place you in an intense, fast-paced environment aboard a nuclear-powered submarine or aircraft carrier.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTNAVY NUCLEAR FIELD (NF) PROGRAMUpon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Nuclear Operations role report to “A” School for technical training based on their specific job rating, and then move on to acquire advanced nuclear training.“A” School for MMNs – The three-month Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and understanding of the theory and operation of a steam power plant. Students learn to operate tools, test equipment and system components, read blueprints, practice rigging techniques, and perform maintenance procedures. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see below).“A” School for EMNs – The six-month Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and power distribution. Students learn to solve basic equations using phasors, vector notations and basic trigonometry and analyze DC and AC circuits. They also learn how to operate electrical equipment using controllers, and how to properly test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits, motors and other related electrical equipment. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).“A” School for ETNs – The six-month Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and a good working knowledge of electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic and systems, microprocessors, and instrumentation and control circuits. Students learn how to interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in electronic systems. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) – Upon completion of “A” School training, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs attend Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) in Charleston, SC. Here they learn theory and practical application of nuclear physics and reactor engineering. The six-month course provides a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water Naval nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) – Following NNPS, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs begin prototype training in their rating specialty at one of two Nuclear Power Training Units (NPTUs) – located in Charleston, SC and Ballston Spa, NY. This six-month course teaches the fundamentals of a Naval nuclear power plant and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems. Students develop oral communications skills, obtain an understanding of nuclear radiation, and gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex Naval nuclear power plant.For all nuclear power trained ratings, promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the field of nuclear operations can translate to up to 77 credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the nuclear operations field in the Navy. Those seeking one of these positions must be US citizens with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and who can meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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CNA - pay up to $23.50/hour with Sign-On bonus up to $5000
Linden Ponds by Erickson Senior Living
location-iconHingham MA

Location:Linden Ponds by Erickson Senior LivingLinden Ponds is a beautiful 108-acre continuing care retirement community located just 24 miles from Boston on the South Shore in Hingham, Massachusetts. We’re part of a growing network of communities developed and managed by Erickson Senior Living, a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 states—and growing.We are hiring Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) for all shifts. Our CNAs support our residents in all aspects of daily living, providing person-centered care to ensure we meet all of our resident’s needs.Currently: FT, PT and per diem job openings.Sign on bonus is effective for those who apply in June and begin employment by 7/31/2022. $5000 for 40 hour/week schedules and $2500 for schedules with at least 16 hours.Help people live better lives by:Supporting the residents' physical, spiritual, emotional, and clinical needs.Assisting residents in activities of daily living.Implementing residents’ personal care plans, focusing on residents' strengths, preferences, and preferred routines, while providing a sense of comfort, companionship, and belonging.Assisting with resident activities and resident programsWorking with the clinical team to ensure the needs of our residents are being addressed in a timely matter. What we offer:Fully supplied, state-of-the-art buildings with 24-hour security.Education assistance, certification reimbursement, and student loan refinancing partnership programs are available.Onsite medical centers, providing wellness visits and sick care for all employees over 18 years of age.A culture of diversity and inclusion, which builds on our values, vision, and mission.Discounted medical and dental benefits available to employees working 30+ hours.What you will need:Current CNA certification for the state in which you are working.1-2 years of CNA experience preferred.High School diploma or GED required.Erickson Senior Living, its affiliates, and managed communities are Equal Opportunity Employers and are committed to providing a workplace free of unlawful discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, veteran status, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.

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88N Transportation Management Coordinator
Army National Guard
location-iconBoston MA

Job Description As a Transportation Management Coordinator, you will utilize your organizational skills to schedule and coordinate transportation for personnel and equipment, ensuring cargo and Soldiers make it to their required destinations. With more than 50,000 heavy trucks and buses in operation, it's up to the Transportation Management Coordinator to organize and oversee the scheduling of these vehicles, which include semi-tractor trailers, heavy troop transports, and passenger buses. In this role, you are primarily responsible for convoys, bills of lading, scheduling, and securing transportation for personnel and equipment. Specific duties may include: advising constituents of shipment and travel entitlements; requesting and coordinating transport capability; marking, documenting, and inventorying freight, cargo, and material shipments; operating automated data terminal equipment; and arranging documentation and reports for follow-up, or responses to tracer actions. Job Duties * Perform system administrator duties such as installing software and uploading data to computer systems * Prepare equipment, cargo, and personnel for travel to airports, seaports, and railways * Request and coordinate transportation to meet a movement mission Helpful Skills * Interest in motor vehicles, aircraft, and ocean liner vessels * Experience in coordinating transportation * Interest in planning events and working with people Through your training, you will develop the skills and experience to enjoy a civilian career with privately owned moving companies or freight operators. Earn While You Learn Instead of paying to learn these skills, get paid to train. In the Army National Guard, you will learn these valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance. Job training for a Transportation Management Coordinator consists of 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and six weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT). Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Benefits/Requirements Benefits * Paid training * A monthly paycheck * Montgomery GI Bill * Federal and State tuition assistance * Retirement benefits for part-time service * Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage) * 401(k)-type savings plan * Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans) * Health care benefits available * VA home loans * Bonuses, if applicable * Most non-prior service candidates will earn between $200 and $250 per drill weekend, subject to change Requirements * Military enlistment in the Army National Guard * Must be at least a junior in high school, or have a high school diploma or a GED certificate * Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 * Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards * Must meet citizenship requirements (see NATIONALGUARD.com for details) Requires military enlistment. Programs and benefits are subject to change. Ask your Army National Guard recruiter for the most up-to-date information. Actual MOS assignment may depend on MOS availability. Other Job Information Job ID: 2659 ZIP Code: 2122 Job Category: Transport Age Requirements: Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 logistics scheduler sending receiving mover

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Substitute Teacher
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Full Time
location-iconDanvers MA
Job Description
Substitute Teacher - High School diploma required only!

Danvers Public Schools

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Are you ready to make an impact on education? Do you want to work for a company considered one of America's Best Large Employers for three consecutive years by Forbes Magazine?

A substitute teaching position with ESS may be the opportunity you're looking for!

When a teacher is absent, a qualified substitute is needed to carry out the educational program. As a substitute teacher, you'll become an integral part of a school's educational team, amplifying your teaching expertise while maximizing the learning experience for students!

An ESS substitute teacher assists with classroom instruction in the absence of a regular teacher. This person follows and teaches lesson plans, aids students in understanding subject matter, and ensures that regular classroom routines are followed.

Responsibilities

Provide meaningful instruction to students in assigned classrooms while regular teacher is absent
Review and implement regular teacher's routines, procedures, lesson plans, and curriculum objectives
Establish and maintain a safe and orderly classroom environment
Report any student injuries, illness, and serious discipline problems to school administration
Perform other duties as directed by school administration

Qualifications

Must be proficient in English (speaking, reading, writing)
High School Dipolma / GED

ESS Advantages

We offer benefits - medical, dental, vision, 401k, and more!
You'll receive training and ongoing support
Employee discount program and bonus opportunities
Our partner districts routinely hire our substitutes for full-time teaching positions
We have hundreds of local daily substitute opportunities available when you're not in a long-term role - you can use our system to accept the jobs you want 24/7 by phone, internet, or text message

Learn how to get hired with ESS:

https://youtu.be/puAB0FX2brA

About ESS

As leaders in the education staffing space since 2000, ESS specializes in placing qualified staff in daily, long-term, and permanent K-12 school district positions including substitute teachers, school aides, and other school support staff. With more than 800 school district partners throughout the US, ESS supports the education of more than 4.5 million students every day. We provide our employees the ability to work in school districts across the country in addition to benefits, comprehensive training, flexible work schedules, and professional development. Visit ESS.com to learn more and help to improve education for every student, every day.

ESS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

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Substitute Teacher
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Full Time
location-iconDanvers MA
Job Description
Substitute Teacher - High School diploma required only!

Danvers Public Schools

Apply TODAY at ESS.com

Are you ready to make an impact on education? Do you want to work for a company considered one of America's Best Large Employers for three consecutive years by Forbes Magazine?

A substitute teaching position with ESS may be the opportunity you're looking for!

When a teacher is absent, a qualified substitute is needed to carry out the educational program. As a substitute teacher, you'll become an integral part of a school's educational team, amplifying your teaching expertise while maximizing the learning experience for students!

An ESS substitute teacher assists with classroom instruction in the absence of a regular teacher. This person follows and teaches lesson plans, aids students in understanding subject matter, and ensures that regular classroom routines are followed.

Responsibilities

Provide meaningful instruction to students in assigned classrooms while regular teacher is absent
Review and implement regular teacher's routines, procedures, lesson plans, and curriculum objectives
Establish and maintain a safe and orderly classroom environment
Report any student injuries, illness, and serious discipline problems to school administration
Perform other duties as directed by school administration

Qualifications

Must be proficient in English (speaking, reading, writing)
High School Dipolma / GED

ESS Advantages

We offer benefits - medical, dental, vision, 401k, and more!
You'll receive training and ongoing support
Employee discount program and bonus opportunities
Our partner districts routinely hire our substitutes for full-time teaching positions
We have hundreds of local daily substitute opportunities available when you're not in a long-term role - you can use our system to accept the jobs you want 24/7 by phone, internet, or text message

Learn how to get hired with ESS:

https://youtu.be/puAB0FX2brA

About ESS

As leaders in the education staffing space since 2000, ESS specializes in placing qualified staff in daily, long-term, and permanent K-12 school district positions including substitute teachers, school aides, and other school support staff. With more than 800 school district partners throughout the US, ESS supports the education of more than 4.5 million students every day. We provide our employees the ability to work in school districts across the country in addition to benefits, comprehensive training, flexible work schedules, and professional development. Visit ESS.com to learn more and help to improve education for every student, every day.

ESS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

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